Delicate lace meets petite buttons in this vintage inspired look. Tones of cream and gold compliment one another perfectly with the contrast of the brown wood. Is this a look you’d rock on your big day?
Featured design: Love Logo #20 Wedding Invitation
row 1: Betsywhite Stationery | Burnetts Boards
row 2: Pinterest | Pinterest (original sources unknown)
These beaded clutches are so vintage chic. Perfect for your wedding day… or any other occasion that calls for an incredibly beautiful accessory! I’m digging them all.
row 1: Everthine Bridal Boutique | Dalena Vintage
row 2: ReCultivation | MetricMod
Today’s outfit is inspired by a color that can really stand out on its own: golden yellow. This style of dress is very versatile and could be accessorized in many different ways but I’ve chosen a vintage, eclectic direction. Using warm brown leather mixed with golds, I’ve kept this outfit simple yet dressy. Necklaces (like personalized initial charms and old vintage lockets) can be layered and hair accessories add just the right touch of whimsy and charm. Be inspired by golden yellow and enjoy!
Featured Design: Dylan Wedding Invitation
No. 1: Pleat midi dress via Oasis
No. 2: Gold locket necklace via Miss Selfridge
No. 3: Nashelle gold initial necklace via Max and Chloe
No. 4: Golden dahlia indie hair clip by Petit Plume via Ruche
No. 5: Faithful leather satchel by Alexander Mcqueen via The Outnet
No. 6: Metallic gold woven leather hoop earrings by Seville Michelle Anastos via Boticca
No. 7: Sarah wedge sandal via Banana Republic
No. 8: Dylan Wedding Invitation via Betsywhite Stationery (shown in Mustard and Sepia)
We’ve decided to introduce a new series to the blog which we’re calling [Split] Paper Personalities. The idea is to show how one stationery suite can take on two completely different personalities to work with very different wedding (or party) styles.
We’re kicking things off with our popular Love Logo #16 wedding invitation which, although rather ornate in design, can work just as well for a sleek modern wedding as it can work for a vintage wedding with delicate details.
Here, the digitally printed version of the wedding invitation is shown in vibrant colors which would work well with a modern wedding featuring bright neon details. To add a little fun to the stationery suite, each item can be printed in a different color…
In this case, the same wedding invitation takes on a completely different feel. The delicate deckle edges of the thermography printed version of the invitation, along with the subtle shimmer of our Taupe ink would work really well for a vintage-inspired wedding…
Which style would you choose?
Photo Credits: Modern Neon
original source unknown, pinned here | Lisa Warninger for Project Wedding, pinned here | Ella Bella Floral Design
Photo Credits: Very Vintage
Rachel Peters Photography via The Wedding Chicks | eephotome via pinned here | Lane Dittoe via Style Me Pretty